This cleverly designed duo delivers just the right amount of sun-kissed glow.
The formula is perfection, it goes from a silky cream to a silky powder in an instant.
Makes for easy application.
Use the bronzer in areas that the sun would naturally hit...just remember to go lightly at first because you can always layer on more if you need it.
I had a chance to try out the new colors in Sunset.
They're described as a sheer rose and a sheer bronze, but I think that the blush actually has a wee bit of a peach tone in there too.
The pic on the right gives you an idea of what the shades look like, but keep in mind that they haven't been blended yet...so the color might seem a little too deep on the bronzer.
Here's a little video I made that gives you a little detail on how you can apply this to get the sunny glow you know you want.
It's my first video ever, so please be gentle!
A little FYI...the lighting in my kitchen at night is definitely a tad on the meh side, so I'll work on figuring out better lighting.
Oh and it's also the debut of my new haircut. It's really really short and something that I just did recently.
Be sure to check out the Hourglass Illume Creme-to-Powder Bronzer Duo in Sunset at your local Sephora or try sephora.com!
You can also let me know what you think about my video in the comments.
Please remember that I cry easily though.